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Brachial Plexus

Innervations of the Brachial Plexus

Pronator Teres (Innervation) Median nerve
Flexor Carpi Radialis (Innervation) Median nerve
Palmaris Longus (Innervation) Median nerve
Flexor Digitorium Superficialis (Innervation) Median nerve
Lateral half of Flexor Digitorium Profundus (Innervation) Median nerve
Flexor Pollicis Longus (Innervation) Median nerve
Pronator Quadratus (Innervation) Median nerve
1st and 2nd Lumbricals (Innervation) Median nerve
Abductor Pollicis Brevis (Innervation) Median nerve
Flexor Pollicis Brevis (Innervation) Median nerve
Opponens Pollicis (Innervation) Median nerve
Triceps Brachii (Innervation) Radial nerve
Aconeus (Innervation) Radial nerve
Extensors of Forearm (8) (Innervation) Radial nerve
Supinator (Innervation) Radial nerve
Abductor Pollicis Longus (Innervation) Radial nerve
Brachioradialis (Innervation) Radial nerve
Flexor Carpi Ulnaris (Innervation) Ulnar nerve
Distal portion of Flexor Digitorium Profundus (Innervation) Ulnar nerve
Palmaris Brevis (Innervation) Ulnar nerve
Hypothenar muscles (3) (Innervation) Ulnar nerve
Abductor Digitorium Minimi (Innervation) Ulnar nerve
Flexor Digitorium Minimi Brevis (Innervation) Ulnar nerve
Opponens Digitorium Minimi (Innervation) Ulnar nerve
Palmar & Dorsal Interosseus muscles (Innervation) Ulnar nerve
3rd & 4th Lumbricals (Innervation) Ulnar nerve
Teres Major (Innervation) Lower Subscapular nerve
Lower aspect of the Supscapularis (Innervation) Lower Subscapular nerve
Biceps Brachii (Innervation) Musculocutaneous nerve
Coracobrachialis (Innervation) Musculocutaneous nerve
Brachialis (Innervation) Musculocutaneous nerve
Latissimus Dorsi (Innervation) Thoracodorsal nerve
Upper aspect of Subscapularis (Innervation) Upper Subscapular nerve
Serratus Anterior (Innervation) Long Thoracic nerve
Subclavian (Innervation) Subclavius nerve
Supraspinatus (Innervation) Suprascapular nerve
Infraspinatus (Innervation) Suprascapular nerve
Levator Scapulae (Innervation) Dorsal Scapular nerve
Rhomboids Major & Minor (Innervation) Dorsal Scapular nerve
Deltoid (Innervation) Axillary nerve
Teres Minor (Innervation) Axillary nerve
Pectoralis Minor (Innervation) Medial Pectoral nerve
Pectoralis Major - sternal fibers (Innervation) Medial Pectorial nerve
Sensory info to skin of forearm (Innervation) Medial Brachial Cutaneous nerve
Sensory info to arm and forearm (Innervation) Medial Antebrachial Cutaneous nerve
Pectoralis Major - Clavicular fibers (Innervation) Lateral Pectoral nerve
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